Year 6 support A21
Year 6 students are continuing to support the A21 charity, which works to combat human trafficking. Human trafficking is a serious crime that affects millions of people around the world, including children.
The A21 charity helps people who have been trafficked to escape and get help. They also work to educate people about human trafficking and how to prevent it.
Here are some of the things that the A21 charity does:
In Year 6, we work closely with the charity A21 whose mission is to end slavery through focused work in educating about human trafficking that can involve children, women and men. A21 work on the model of ‘Reach, Rescue, Restore’ to ensure that the cycle of human trafficking can be broken through education movements, contact with authorities and with a foundation of support in place to help survivors.
Fundraising from Year 6 takes place in different ways, including contributions made during events such as Tiger Spirit Day, sponsorship through sporting challenges, the Christmas shoebox scheme along with additional items donated from the Patana community at the end of each year.